Strategies for Career and Leadership Success

Join the School of Public Policy for a new virtual professional development series, “Strategies for Career and Leadership Success.” The series will provide career and leadership skills for students, recent graduates, and current professionals. Viewers will have the opportunity to improve interview skills, develop an effective professional presence, maximize the internship experience, learn to build organizational relationships, and more.

Join the School of Public Policy for a new virtual professional development series, “Strategies for Career and Leadership Success.” The series will provide career and leadership skills for students, recent graduates, and current professionals. Viewers will have the opportunity to improve interview skills, develop an effective professional presence, maximize the internship experience, learn to build organizational relationships, and more. 

Each session will be held via Zoom and will consist of a brief interview followed by questions from the audience. Participants will have the option to ask questions during the live discussion or in advance of the presentation by submitting questions to publicpolicy@psu.edu

To register: publicpolicy.psu.edu/careerstrategies

 

Wednesday, June 24 11:30 a.m.    Maximizing Your Internship and Creating Career Networks                     
Wednesday, July 15 11:30 a.m. Building Your Professional Presence and Portfolio Online                                 
Wednesday, August 19     11:30 a.m.                                                                                                           Writing Cover Letters and Interviewing

 

Wednesday, September 16                        11:30 a.m. Advice from the Field — Feedback from Hiring and Recruiting Managers

 

Wednesday, October 21                      11:30 a.m.          Navigating Organizational Change with Kevin Richman
Wednesday, November 11 11:30 a.m. The Power of a Mentor

Resources:

School of Public Policy's Virtual Interview Guide

Penn State Student Affairs Career Guide for Undergraduate and Graduate Students